And we’re back. Today we’re introducing Gaie Sebold. Although she hopefully needs no introduction (seriously, have you not read Babylon Steel or Shanghai Sparrow?) we’re delighted her story Stone Sunset is in Summer’s End. I remember reading this for the first time and being devastated by the tale, getting to the last word and thinking about it for a long time afterwards.
Gaie Sebold was born some time ago, and is gradually acquiring a fine antique patina. She has written several novels, a number of short stories, and has been known to perform poetry. Her debut novel introduced brothel-owning ex-avatar of sex and war, Babylon Steel (Solaris, 2012); the sequel, Dangerous Gifts, came out in 2013. Shanghai Sparrow, a steampunk fantasy, came out in 2014 and the sequel, Sparrow Falling, in 2016. Her jobs have ranged from till-extension to bottle-washer and theatre-tour-manager to charity administrator. She lives with writer David Gullen and a paranoid cat in leafy suburbia, runs writing workshops, grows vegetables, and procrastinates to professional standard.
Her website is www.gaiesebold.com and you can find her on twitter @GaieSebold.
You can get Summer’s End here.